Sleep Train Arena is the top venue for sports, entertainment, and special events in the Sacramento region. With nearly 200 spectator events each year, Sleep Train Arena is one of the busiest buildings of its kind in the United States.
Nearly two million fans from throughout Northern California visited Sleep Train Arena every year for events ranging from NBA games the Black Eyed Peas to Disney on Ice shows. Sleep Train Arena has hosted world-famous acts such as the Rolling Stones, Elton John, Garth Brooks, U2, Justin Timberlake, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Paul McCartney, and a growing roll call of the biggest names in entertainment.
The current configuration seats up to 17,317 (for NBA basketball), and is versatile enough to host anything from ice shows to rodeos to monster trucks. Sleep Train Arena is home to the NBA’s Sacramento Kings. Sleep Train Arena has played host to the Ultimate Fighting Championship 65 and 73, NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournaments multiple times, and was the host site for the 2007 NCAA Volleyball Championships.
Sleep Train Arena is owned and operated by Maloof Sports & Entertainment. Maloof Sport & Entertainment is a championship caliber team of people committed to the highest levels of performance, service, quality, innovation, community involvement, and winning relationships.
Sleep Train Arena is located about five and a half miles from the Sacramento International Airport (SMF). All major airlines service Sacramento International Airport and several carriers have added nonstop service from Sacramento to the east coast.
The Wells Fargo Pavilion is a 2500 seat production theatre in the round and home to the California Musical Theatre. CMT has produced musicals under its Music Circus tent for over 50 years. The new design recalls summer stock tent theatres that were popular at the turn of the century and contributed to the beginnings of the American Musical Theatre. The seasonal summer tent has been replaced with climatic comfort and the longevity of a permanent structure.
The longest continuously operating art museum in the West, the Crocker Art Museum was founded in 1885 and remains the leading art institution for the California Capital Region and Central Valley. The Museum, which is housed in one of the finest examples of Victorian Italianate architecture in the United States, offers a diverse spectrum of special exhibitions, events, and programs to augment its collections of California, European, and Asian artworks, and International Ceramics.
Cal Expo is home to the California State Fair, Cal Expo Horse Racing, Raging Waters, and Cal Expo RV Park. Whether you're staging an upscale fete or trade show of epic proportions, one of Cal Expo's 18 versatile venues is sure to be a perfect fit. With more than 15,000 lighted parking spaces and a centralized location, it's perfectly convenient, too.
Situated in the heart of downtown at 13 & L Streets, directly across from Capitol Park and within walking distant to first-rate hotels and restaurants, the 2,422-seat Sacramento Community Center Theater is a popular venue for audiences and presenters alike. The Theater hosts a variety of top caliber events--from performances by Sacramento performing arts groups to national tours of singers, comedians, and Broadway musicals.
Centrally-located near downtown shops and hotels, the Sacramento Convention Center hosts an array of public and private events.
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